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Here is a list of web pages, including news and events, that are related to research at SLU.


Det finns 1162 sidor som är taggade med Research:

Program and registration

The focus of the conference is on the multiple-functions of forests in future bioeconomy (e.g., society’s mitigation and adaptation to climate change, biobased products, and forest-based innovations)

Guest Researcher Programme

Guest Researcher Programme

The aim of the programme is to promote exciting and imortant research collaborations by inviting guest researchers from all over the world to enrich and be enriched by the activities at the NJ

Institutional networks

This project develops the concept of self-organized adaptation to explore how democraticpolitical systems—comprised of multiple actors, institutions, and forms of state support—shape local responses

Honorary Doctors at the NJ Faculty

2018 Louise Fortmann Read more about the NJ Faculty honorary doctor 2018 2017 Jonathan Jones Read more about the NJ Faculty honorary doctor 2017 2016 Roland Jonsson, Preben Kristiansen Read more

Tomas Brodin

Tomas Brodin is a professor of aquatic ecology since 1 August 2018. His inauguration lecture will be held in Swedish and has the title "Är läkemedel dåliga för miljön?". Tomas Brodin is an aquatic

Ola Lindroos

Ola Lindroos is a professor of forest technology since 1 June 2016 . His inauguration lecture has the title: "Hur kommer framtidens skogsarbete att utföras – när kommer robotarna?". Ola Lindroos’

Jean Yong

Jean Yong is a professor of horticultural growing systems since 15 October 2018. The title of his inauguration lecture is: "Sustainable plant production and functionality of greenery". Jean Yong and

Johan Stenberg

Johan A. Stenberg is a professor of integrated plant protection since 1 November 2018. His inauguration lecture has the title: "En bukett av vilda växtskyddsåtgärder för framtidens odlare". Johan

HUV Sustainable fish farming in Rwanda

The purpose with this project is to contribute to food security through sustainable Tilapia production in Rwanda with locally available resources. Aquaculture is recent in Rwanda dates 1950s, fish

Protected Areas Are Too Small for Snow Leopards

A new scientific report has confirmed that nearly 40% of all protected areas across the snow leopard’s range are too small to support even one breeding pair of these endangered cats. Published by

Laura Grenville-Briggs Didymus

Laura Grenville-Briggs Didymus is a professor of integrated plant protection. Her inuguration lecture has the title: "The good, the bad and the ugly – fungal-like microbes in plant disease and

Thomas Randrup

Thomas B. Randrup is a professor of urban open spaces management since 1 June 2017. His inauguration lecture has the title: "Management of urban open spaces – a long-term perspective". Thomas

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